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U. S. Coast Guard Continuity of Operations (COOP). Headquarters Areas (East & Gulf Coasts and West Coast) Districts - First District (6 New England States, New York and half of New Jersey) Sectors Stations and cutters. Chain of Command. The First Coast Guard District.

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    1. U. S. Coast Guard Continuity of Operations (COOP)

    2. Headquarters Areas (East & Gulf Coasts and West Coast) Districts - First District (6 New England States, New York and half of New Jersey) Sectors Stations and cutters Chain of Command

    3. The First Coast Guard District

    4. A stand-alone plan, which is used should our building be damaged regardless of the cause. Not a disaster plan. We have other plans for responding those. A COOP Plan is: H-60

    5. Pre-9/11 COOP program pertained to maintaining Command and Control of ongoing operations. Post 9/11, Headquarters issued new planning requirements. COOP plans must: Cover the continuity of but “Essential Functions” as well as Command and Control. Provide for the command to move out of the local area, not just the building. Background

    6. Essential functions are those that allow the Coast Guard to provide vital services, exercise civil authority, maintain the safety and well being of the general populace, sustain the industrial/economic base, and ensure continuity of government in an emergency. Essential functions are those that allow the Coast Guard to provide vital services, exercise civil authority, maintain the safety and well being of the general populace, sustain the industrial/economic base, and ensure continuity of government in an emergency. The functions deemed to be essential under this plan fall under the following programs: Essential Functions

    7. Those functions that could NOT be left undone for 90 days In other words, those functions we could live without for the short-term (the period of the relocation) Essential Functions

    8. Search and Rescue Maritime Law Enforcement Aids to Navigation Port Safety and Security Marine Environmental Response Defense Operations Essential functions are those that allow the Coast Guard to provide vital services, exercise civil authority, maintain the safety and well being of the general populace, sustain the industrial/economic base, and ensure continuity of government in an emergency. The functions deemed to be essential under this plan fall under the following programs: Mission Areas

    9. Response Division Search and Rescue Law Enforcement Pollution Response Prevention Division Waterways Management Aids to Navigation Maritime Transportation Security Essential functions are those that allow the Coast Guard to provide vital services, exercise civil authority, maintain the safety and well being of the general populace, sustain the industrial/economic base, and ensure continuity of government in an emergency. The functions deemed to be essential under this plan fall under the following programs: Program Areas (examples) 225

    10. First District Office Continuity of Operations (COOP)Plan April 2008

    11. To rapidly and effectively reestablish the command and control and essential functions of the First District following an incident affecting the habitability, accessibility, or operating capabilities of the JFW Coast Guard Building or affecting the regional/Boston area. Mission

    12. Base actions on incident severity Determine who is essential Support those people with: A facility – An Emergency Relocation Site Equipment, supplies and data needed Concept of Operations

    13. Level 1 – Incident affects only the D1 Building and functions will be restored within 72 hours. Level 2 - Incident affects only the D1 Building and functions will not be restored within 72 hours. Metro Boston not impacted. Level 3 - Incident affects the D1 Building and functions will not be restored within 72 days and Metro Boston is impacted. Incident Severity (Levels)

    14. Command Cadre – Command functions (15 people) The District Commander, Chief of Staff, and Command Staff Division and Branches Chiefs Command Center – Command Center personnel (21 people) (3 watch positions; IMT if established) Vanguard Staff – The cadre of personnel who assist in preparing the Emergency Relocation Site(s) for use of Essential Staff personnel (7 people) Staff Designations

    15. Essential Staff – Selected personnel required for proper program management. (45 people) Non-Essential Staff – Personnel whose functions can be left undone for 90 days. (66 people) Staff Designations (cont’d)

    16. Primary - Base Support Unit Boston in the North End Command Center - Sector Boston Secondary – Specified subordinate commands Air Station Cape Cod, Sector Southeastern New England, Coast Guard Academy, etc. Emergency Relocation Sites HU-25

    17. Maintain the plan Backup the computer databases and systems Ensure availability of equipment Inform the Staff Hold drills and Exercises COOP Preparedness

    18. Fire Alarm sounds Exit via one of three stairways Muster at Moakley Courthouse Take wallet, bus pass, car keys, etc. Dress for the weather Building Evacuation

    19. Devolution is the process by which the essential functions of the district are transferred from one staff member to another in the event the person who is primarily responsible becomes incapable of carrying out those functions for an extended period of time. Planning for a Pandemic Devolution

    20. Communicable Disease Preparedness Awareness Vaccinations Education: Non-pharmacological precautions Hygiene, Social Distancing Protective Equipment Treatment Cross training Based on Essential Functions Devolution

    21. Questions?

    22. Part of routine check in process Annual All Hands Training Drills and Exercises Keeping the Staff Informed